A native Floridian, Dr. Eubank received her undergraduate degree in Zoology at the University of Florida, graduating cum laude. She earned her medical degree at the University of Miami School of Medicine. She then worked at MD Anderson Cancer Center as a clinical research fellow. In this role, Dr. Eubank was a subinvestigator on several clinical trials involving skin cancers, which led to the FDA approval of medications for skin cancer and cutaneous lymphoma.
Dr. Eubank completed her residency in dermatology at the University of Texas Health Science Center/MD Anderson, serving as chief resident her final year. She is a board-certified member of the American Academy of Dermatology. She belongs to several professional organizations including the Houston Dermatological Society and Texas Medical Association. In addition, Dr. Eubank has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles on dermatological diseases and therapy.
Dr. Eubank’s clinical interests include general dermatology, the prevention and treatment of skin cancer, as well as cosmetic dermatology. Her cosmetic dermatology work includes Botox, Disport, and the use of fillers including Juvederm and Restylane.
American Academy of Dermatology
Houston Dermatological Society
Texas Medical Association
“Dr. Eubank is an extremely good doctor. She was the only dermatologist I have seen who was actually thorough enough to clear up my skin. She simplified my sin care routine to using a sulfur soap and one over-the-counter product with Retinal. I then experience what I though was a rosacea flare-up, and then it began to look more like a blister. She asked me all about my narcolepsy medicine and if I suffered excess sweating when wearing a cpap. She looked up the side effects and indeed my medicine caused excessive sweating. She suggested coating my nose with aquaphor or vaseline to keep the dampness away from my skin. She listens closely and actually analyzes the possibilities with such attention to detail that you know she wants to find a solution. She is a beautiful young woman herself but is the only doctor who hasn’t said ‘Well, at 62, you just have to realize your skin has changed.’ I am already well aware of that, but she found a solution to my enlarged pores, which was rocea-related and not merely age-related. She is very warm and genuine, and you know her calling is to heal, not simply run a patient through every ten minutes.” – Gina P.
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